Kate Douglas explores how interconnections seen in nature mimic those experienced in human relationships – pushing, pulling, finding balance and becoming part of a network or support system.
Brisbane born Artist Pamela Gough’s solo exhibition for 2018 “Around the Place“ is coming to Graydon Gallery, New Farm, from – 18-28th October. Opening night: Friday 19 October, 6-9pm.
Workshop: Introduction to printmaking techniques: monotypes, stencils, drypoint, collagraph and embossing
Inspired by scientific exploration processes, Avondale invited Kay Watanabe to facilitate a printmaking workshop on how to record observations artistically.
Jennifer Long explores notions of freedom and its loss with mixed media 2D and 3D work using images of bird and cage, tunnels and towers, boat and water to highlight journeys of flight.
What’s Ruby doing? Outback Connections – Solo Exhibition by Ruby Purple. Artworks created during my residency at Curtin Springs Station in the Central Australian Desert.
Encaustic Painting – Two, 2x day weekend workshops are on offer introducing participants to the wondrous, luminous, Encaustic Painting! (painting with pigmented beeswax)
The exhibition/performance is a culmination of the work of over 20 visiting and local artists created on the Maranoa River and in celebration of Indigenous Women and Elders.